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  • “They’re taking it out on me”: Jesús Ávila's desperate words in an ICE isolation cell
    “They’re taking it out on me”: Jesús Ávila's desperate words in an ICE isolation cell

    “They’re taking it out on me”: Jesús Ávila's desperate words in an ICE isolation cell

    This Mexican just turned 35 years old in a solitary confinement cell at an immigration processing center in New Mexico’s Otero County. His testimony is part of “Solitary Voices,” a project that exposes punishment practices in these centers. According to them, there were more than 8,000 cases like Ávila’s between 2012 and 2017.
    Tamoa Calzadilla
  • Univision spent a day with a pro-Trump militia patrolling the border. Its leader was arrested on Saturday.
    Univision spent a day with a pro-Trump militia patrolling the border. Its leader was arrested on Saturday.

    Univision spent a day with a pro-Trump militia patrolling the border. Its leader was arrested on Saturday.

    A few days after Univision published a video in which members of the United Constitutional Patriots militia boasted of detaining Central American migrants on behalf of the Border Patrol, the FBI arrested its leader, Larry Mitchell Hopkins for illegal possession of firearms. The militia were camped on the New Mexico border, patrolling with AR-15 assault rifles.
    Patricia Clarembaux
  • One year after Nicaraguan uprising, Ortega is back in control
    One year after Nicaraguan uprising, Ortega is back in control

    One year after Nicaraguan uprising, Ortega is back in control

    When the political chaos forced my family and me to abandon Managua in June 2018, I felt fairly certain that Ortega’s days were numbered. In a democratic society, I might have been right.
    Benjamin Waddell
  • Confusion as Central America braces for $700 million US aid cut, and Congress prepares for battle
    Confusion as Central America braces for $700 million US aid cut, and Congress prepares for battle

    Confusion as Central America braces for $700 million US aid cut, and Congress prepares for battle

    President Trump complains Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador “not doing enough” to prevent migrants heading for border, but experts say programs do a vital job to prevent migrant flow.
    David C Adams
  • Watch Venezuela Aid Live: What you need to know about the concert on the border
    Watch Venezuela Aid Live: What you need to know about the concert on the border

    Watch Venezuela Aid Live: What you need to know about the concert on the border

    The organizers of Friday's show hope to raise $100 million in TV and internet broadcasting rights for the humanitarian aid effort in Venezuela. Watch the live broadcast here.
  • Don't lose sight of plight in Nicaragua
    Don't lose sight of plight in Nicaragua

    Don't lose sight of plight in Nicaragua

    As the eyes of the hemisphere are transfixed by Venezuela, it is important not to lose sight of the plight of Nicaragua. The democracies of the region, the Organization of American States (OAS), and the United States have a responsibility and an interest to stay engaged in Nicaragua, too.
    John Feeley
  • Foreign policy hawk: who is Elliott Abrams the US special envoy for Venezuela?
    Foreign policy hawk: who is Elliott Abrams the US special envoy for Venezuela?

    Foreign policy hawk: who is Elliott Abrams the US special envoy for Venezuela?

    Abrams is a skilled diplomat with a controversial history in Latin America, including the Iran-Contra affair and a questionable human rights record.
    David C Adams
  • U.S.-Mexico relations enter new era of AMLO and Trump
    U.S.-Mexico relations enter new era of AMLO and Trump

    U.S.-Mexico relations enter new era of AMLO and Trump

    As Mexico prepares to swear in a new president this weekend, are U.S.-Mexico relations set for change, or more of the same?
    John Feeley
  • Good fences don’t always make good neighbors
    Good fences don’t always make good neighbors

    Good fences don’t always make good neighbors

    A group of nearly 400 women draw from their own lives and family histories to dissect U.S. immigration policies.
  • Human rights groups says Venezuela exodus needs regional approach to protect migrants
    Human rights groups says Venezuela exodus needs regional approach to protect migrants

    Human rights groups says Venezuela exodus needs regional approach to protect migrants

    Human Rights Watch issued a report recommending region-wide temporary legal protection for all Venezuelans, including work permits and suspension of deportation. It also recommended economic sanctions against key Venezuelan officials implicated in serious human rights abuses.
    David C Adams
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